Seeley-Swan High School

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Seeley-Swan High School
Location
456 Airport Road
Seeley Lake, Montana
United States
Information
Type Public
School district Missoula County Public Schools District No. 1
Color(s)          
Mascot Black hawks
Website

Seeley-Swan High School is an American public high school located in Seeley Lake, Montana. It is a part of the Missoula County Public Schools, and the only school in the district that does not lie within the city boundaries of Missoula. The school fluctuates in size from about 90 students to 110 students depending on the year. As of 2014 there were 111 students. This rise and fall of students gives the school the chance to jump back and forth from a class C to a class B school. Seeley-Swan High School gets its name because the Swan Valley residents commute to Seeley for high school. The school has been recognized state and nationwide for academic excellence. It is only 52 miles from Missoula and 63 from Bigfork. It is located between the Swan Range and Mission Mountains. For more information visit http://www.mcpsmt.org/seeleyswan

Programs[edit]

Band Seeley-Swan offers concert band, marching band, and jazz band.

Orchestra

Choir

Drama

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Staff[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Seeley-Swan High School". The Missoulian. Retrieved 16 April 2014. 

Coordinates: 47°10′28″N 113°28′03″W / 47.1744°N 113.4674°W / 47.1744; -113.4674